Ambitious North Kensington FC already have promotion to the Combined Counties League in mind.
Sure, it's two seasons away at least - but the manner in which Ricardo Pascal's side swept Imperial Old Boys away on Saturday, suggest it's just a matter of time before North Ken rub shoulders with the world of paid footballers.
Before that happens, NK have the perennial problem of west London sides to find somewhere to play that fits Combined Counties ground criteria.
Like most other outfits in the capital, Sunday or Saturday, they currently play outside the patch - in this case at the Birkbeck Sports Ground in Greenford.
North Ken have taken heart from the enterprising way London Tigers over at Maida Vale have all but taken over at the former Kingsbury Town ground in north-west London.
As a result, NK have ideas about sharing the old Viking Greenford FC ground a good punt away from their current base, although captain Madalitso Mkoloma knows it's not going to be that easy.
He said: "The club are on the look out for sponsors, and all the other commercial activity that would help us raise the money in the first place - but if Tigers can do it, I can't see why we can't follow them."
A HALF-TIME rollocking did the trick as North Kensington recovered from going behind twice to dominate the second-half. Boss Ricardo Pascal read the riot act during the break, and North Ken stepped up a gear from 3-2 ahead after 45 minutes to score six unanswered goals.
Nelson Simon helped himself to a hat-trick. Aman Tensue struck twice as did Cameron Hall, and there were also goals for Madalitso Mkoloma and Sebastian Philogene.
Pete Farr's brace and a consolation from Steve Walters were as good as it got for Imperial.